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    • 20.10.2017
    • Departmental Media Release

    NSW Government representatives to visit Bowraville for Solution Brokerage

    The Hon. Melinda Pavey, Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight and Carolyn McNally, Department of Planning and Environment Secretary, will visit Bowraville to deliver the Bowraville Solution Brokerage Response Plan.

    • 20.10.2017
    • Departmental Media Release

    Exciting new era dawns for Bonds historic industrial site

    The former Bonds Spinning Mills site in Sydney’s west is now one step closer to being revitalised after changes to zoning were approved by the NSW Government this week.

    • 17.10.2017
    • Departmental Media Release

    Jupiter wind farm responds to feedback

    The proposal to construct the Jupiter wind farm near Tarago has been amended by EPYC Pty Ltd in response to community feedback, including a reduction in the number of turbines.

    • 16.10.2017
    • Ministerial Media Release

    New dashboard gives insight into NSWs future

    A new online tool that gives a snapshot of NSW’s people, demographics and green areas now and 20 years into the future has been launched by Minister for Planning and Housing Anthony Roberts.

    • 13.10.2017
    • Ministerial Media Release

    Plan for new homes and town centre at Telopea

    Minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts, and Minister for Social Housing, Pru Goward, have today released a rezoning proposal that will transform Telopea with new homes and a vibrant town centre.

    • 29.09.2017
    • Departmental Media Release

    Green light for Cessnock to proceed with town centre improvement plans

    The future is bright for the Hunter Valley town of Cessnock with the Department of Planning and Environment this week approving a strong new vision for its commercial centre.

    • 28.09.2017
    • Featured Article

    IHAPS applications exceed expectations

    The NSW Government has called on relevant experts to express interest in becoming a chair or panel member for the recently introduced Independent Hearing Assessment Panels (IHAPs) that will become mandatory for all councils in Sydney and Wollongong.

    • 27.09.2017
    • Featured Article

    It’s on for young and old in NSW

    New Australian Bureau of Statistics’ (ABS) data provides insight into NSW’s population age distribution. This enables the Department to see how the state is ageing and make informed planning decisions for growing communities.

    • 26.09.2017
    • Departmental Media Release

    Wallarah proposal referred for independent consideration